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1995 chrysler cirrus 2.5 has no spark

I just changed the transmission starter crank sensor and it still has no spark took it to the shop they are saying the computer is not reading therefor they dont know whats wrong plz help can it be a bad computer? the timing belt is fine tested that even the mechanic doesnt now whats wrong im gonna change the wires checking distributor cap tommorow

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ITS NOT READING BECAUSE IT IS OBD 1 FIND A SHOP WITH A GENESIS COMPUTER THAT CAN READ OBD 1 AND 2

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